There was once a time in sports where season ticket holders were sent promotional VHS tapes or DVDs as free gifts, only to watch them approximately once or twice before leaving them in a drawer or on a high shelf to gather dust. Where leagues would produce documentaries and highlight packs for nearly every occasion, […]
In this episode I talk about the Canucks statement win over the Sharks, how the team’s California road trip has boosted Quinn Hughes’ stock and why keeping both Jacob Markstrom and Thatcher Demko makes sense for a playoff push. I also talk to JD Young (Fear the Fin) about the Sharks recent woes and what […]
Exhale British Columbia, they’ve done it. After nearly two and a half weeks, they’ve finally done it. On the strength of Elias Pettersson’s two point night, Adam Gaudette’s first NHL goal and Sam Gagner’s first tally since returning to the big leagues, the Canucks pulled off their first win in nine tries on Saturday, a […]
In this week’s episode, Lach and Nora preview the Canucks and Sharks first meeting of the season, discuss their previous matchups of the past week and the recent changes behind the bench for the Oilers and Blues. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2PTSj0o Subscribe on Google Play: http://bit.ly/VJPGooglePlay Subscribe on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2FeOuPb
If the Predators are the NHL’s best team, the Sabres are the NHL’s worst team and the Oilers are the NHL’s biggest gongshow, then the Canucks are certainly the weirdest. At the beginning of the week, the Canucks sat in a three-way tie for 28th in the league with Arizona and Ottawa, while dead last […]
Long before he stepped on the ice in a Canucks uniform, Ryan Miller was a star in Vancouver. In hockey circles, Miller is far from an unknown. The East Lansing, Michigan native led the Buffalo Sabres to two consecutive Eastern Conference Finals in 2005-06 and 2006-07, won the Vezina Trophy in 2009-10 and has been […]
The goal heard ’round the Pond.